Relay in the dome of KPMG in Spain. The audit and consulting firm announced the appointment of Juan José Cano, a partner of the company since 2006, as the new CEO from January 1, 2019, replacing Ignacio Faus, who two years ago acceded to the position relieving Hilario Albarracín when he assumed the presidency of the company.
Cano joined KPMG in 1996 in the audit department, later moving to the Transaction Services department at the time of its creation in 2000. Subsequently, in 2006, he was promoted to partner and in October 2016 he became part of the company. steering committee and the board of partners as responsible for Markets. He has a degree in Economics and Business Administration from the Complutense University of Madrid, and has also been responsible for family business, medium-sized businesses and office coordination, having led numerous transactions and advised both national companies and multinational corporations, venture capital funds and investment banks.
"From his new position, Juanjo will promote the growth of the firm, enhancing our commitment to technology for the development of new innovative solutions in an environment of digital transformation of business," said Albarracín, who has valued the work so far CEO, Faus, who leaves the company for a global position in the asset management sector. "He has done an excellent job as CEO, decisive to enhance the transformation of the firm in Spain and achieve double-digit growth," he said.